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11th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: John C. LeopardRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: Sydenham MooreRank: Colonel Company:
wounded at the battle of seven pines(va.) and died as a result may 31,1862---had served as a democrat in the 35 and 36 congress'-he withdrew january 21, 1861
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Name: William C. RossRank: Private Company:
William Calvin Ross joined the Confederate Army on 30 July 1861, enlisting at Linden, AL in the 11th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. Less than a year later (27 Jun 1862) as part of the 4th Brigade, Longstreet’s Division, he was wounded at Gaines Mill, VA, and was erroneously reported killed. In May of the following year he was again hit, receiving a gunshot wound to the right leg, and was treated at Chimborazo Hospital No. 4 in Richmond, VA. This time his wound disqualified him for further action, so he was detailed by order of General Robert E. Lee, 18 Jul 1863, as a watchman at the Confederate Powder Works, Augusta, GA. It was evidently during his detail at Augusta that he met Sarah Oden, whom he married in Dec 1864.
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Name: William Henry StephensonRank: Other Company:
He went into the Confederate army in 1861. He went with the Eleventh Alabama Regiment direct to Virginia in 1861. He was in General Lee's army during the four years of the war and participated in all the battles and marches to which that noted Virginia army was subjected. He never left the army from the time he went into it till the close of the war and was at the surrender at Appomattox , April 9, 1865 . He, at the close of the war, like other young Confederate soldiers, penniless, returned to his home in Mississippi .
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Name: John B. BainsRank: Private Company: C
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Name: William DoughertyRank: Private Company: C
Company C (Confederate Guards) 11th Alabama Infantry 'Moore's Regiment' Wilcoxe's Brigade. He is listed in Ft McHenry Prison Records. Registered 07-09-1863 Disposition 07-12-1863 to Fort Delaware (DE) On 'Pea Patch Island' (shortly after Gettysburg)
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Name: Arthur William AveryRank: Corporal Company: F
Born in 1837 in Alabama. Enlisted 11 June 1861 in Centreville. Captured at Farmville, Virginia on 6 April 1865. Died in 1904 in Alabama.
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Name: Henry Wiley AveryRank: Private Company: F
Born in 1837 in Alabama. Enlisted 11 June 1861 in Centreville. Died in 1916 in Alabama.
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Name: Patrick Clay HenryRank: Private Company: F
Killed in action
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Name: Chesterfield W. QuinnRank: Private Company: F
Chester enlisted at Centreville, Bibb County, on 15 March 1862. He was present at Manassas #2, Salem Church, Gettysburg, Kautz and Wilson's Raids, Battle of the Crater, Davis Farm and Ream's Station where he was wounded and furloughed. After the war he returned to Bibb County and ran a stagecoach stop and store near Scottsville. His father, Oliver Stacy Quinn was a member of the Alabama Legislature and sheriff of Bibb Co. His son Oliver, who helped get a school built in Blockton and later ran a store in Tuscaloosa, built what is known as the 'Belcher place' just off old U.S. 82 on the road to the cemetery. Chester's grandson, Burl Quinn, ran the hardware store until he sold out in the early 1970's
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Name: Henry Thomas ChampionRank: Private Company: G
Over 40 years of age when he enlisted. Died 16 Jun 1862 in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia in a Confederate Hospital.
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Name: Frederick EnglebertRank: Musician Company: G
Frederick Englebert was born in Bremen, Germany and arrived here as a young boy. He enlisted in Confederate Army 6-11-1861 Northport, AL at 57 yrs old. He was discharged by the physician due to 'infirmity' Jan 22 1862. His wife was Peachy Shirley and they had 7 children.
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Name: Basil Manley HughesRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Jesse HughesRank: Private Company: G
Jesse inlisted in company G with two of his brothers in 1861-
All three were present with Lee at Appomattox

Jesse was elected to the office of chancery clerk of Choctaw Co., Ms in 1892 and 1895-Jesse was a Populist Candidate-
quote from the book by J.P. Coleman, 'Choctaw County Chronicles'
(1913) 'In july Jesse Hughes , former chancery clerk and ex-Confederate Soldier of Company G, Eleventh Alabama Infantry Regiment, attended the Blue and Gray Reunion on Gettysburg's bloody battlefield, the fiftieth anniversary of this terrible encounter. When he returned home, Old Soldier Hughes reported that he found the very spot where he had been taken prisoner during the battle.

He was exchanged shortly after Gettysburg and returned to his unit
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Name: John Bell HughesRank: Captain Company: G
John Bell Hughes enlisted in CSA at Pickensville, Al. May 9, 1861 as a private in Co. C, 5th Al. Inf. Regt. Capt. Ferguson's unit. He was promoted to 4th sergant of Co. G, 11th Al Inf. Regt. June 11, 1861. Elected Jr. 2nd Lt. Feb 2, 1862. Promoted to Capt. Nov. 7, 1862 to date from June 30, 1862.
Alabama Archives Records: present Seven Pines May 31, 1862
present Seven Pines June 1, 1862
absent sick Gaines Mill June 27, 1862
absent sick Fraziers Farm June 30, 1862
absent sick Manassas No. 2 Aug 30, 1862
present Harper's Ferry Sept. 17, 1862
wounded Sharpsburg Sept. 17, 1862
present Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862
absent sick Salem Church May 31, 1863
present Gettysburg July 2, 1863
wounded Gettysburg July 3, 1863
present Mine Run Nov. 30, 1863
present Wilderness May 6, 7, 1864
present Spottsylvania C.H. May 12, 1864
present Hanover Junction May 24, 1864
present Alters Station June 1, 1864
present Turkey Ridge June 3-12, 1864
present Wilcox Farm June 22, 1864
present Ream's Station June 23,1864
present Skirmish with Kantz and Wilson June 29, 1864
present Battle of Crater July 30, 1864
captured White's Tavern Aug.16, 1864
absent captured Davis Farm Aug. 21, 1864
absent captured Ream's Station Aug. 25, 1864
present Burgess Mill Oct. 27, 1864
listed in list of officers of Forney's Brigade at surrender at Appomattox C.H. April 9, 1865
John Bell lived in Jasper, Al.in 1866. He then moved to Fayette Co., Al. He and his family moved to Los Angeles, Ca, in Aug. 1907.
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Name: Clement Clay McMathRank: 1st Sergeant Company: G
Killed at Salem Church, VA., May,1863.
Buried in Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery, VA.
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Name: James Hillman McMathRank: Captain Company: G
Killed at Fraser's Farm (Glendale), VA., 30 June,1862.
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Name: Joseph E. McMathRank: Sergeant Company: G
Wounded, Salem Church, VA.
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Name: George J H T WeaverRank: Private Company: G
George J H T Weaver enlisted at Tuscaloosa AL June 11, 1861. Was wounded at battle of Fraiser's Farm Jun 30, 1862. Last payment received Aug 24, 1863. per CSA Service Record
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Name: William Thomas DavisRank: 3rd Lieutenant Company: I
Joined at the age of 25, at the Fayette County Court House on June 11, 1861. Present at Seven Pines, Gains Mill, Frasers Farm, Harpers Ferry, Wounded at Sharpsburg(missed 2nd day), Fredericksburg, Salems Church, Gettysburg(2nd and 3rd day), Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Old Cold Harbor, Turkey Ridge, Sappony Church, Reams Station, Kautz Raid, Davis Farms, Severe Wound at 2nd Battle of Reams Station August 25, 1864. Sent to Confederate Hospital in Petersburg, VA. with gunshot fracture to right thigh. Did not operate, abcess formed, removed abcess and thus shortened his leg. Was given 'Medical Certificate Retiring invalid Officer' February 23, 1865. Finished out remaining time at the Post at Tuscaloosa Alabama.
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Name: Reuben Jasper StewartRank: Private Company: I
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Name: James Clarence TerryRank: Private Company: I
James Clarence Terry, Jr born 27 February 1837 Edgefield Co, SC died 1913 Lake Co, FL buried Confederate section of the Old City Cem, Jacksonville, Duval Co, FL (plat 14, grave#31). Son of James Clarence Terry, Sr & Mary Ann Simpson Hutchinson. First married Jane A. 'Jennie' Murray (18 July 1844 - Abt. November 1873) on 27 February 1858 at the residence of R. Allen Smith, Fayette Co, AL by R.A. Smith (Judge of Probate). From Combined Service Record - James C. Terry, pvt, Co I, 11th AL Inf, CSA. Enlisted 11-JUN-61 at Fayette Cty, AL by Capt. George Traweek (Trawick) for: 'During the War.' Appears on a report of casualties, of the 4th Brigade, Longstreet's Division, in the action at Gaines' Mill, Va. June 27, 1862 . Report not dated. Appears on a Register of Chimborazo Hospital No. 3, Richmond, VA. Disease: Shell in the Knee. Admitted: June, 29, 1862. Returned to duty: June, 29, 1862 (Confed. Arch. Chap. 6, File No. 105, page 5). Appears on a Register of General Hospital, Petersburg, VA - Complaint: Vial Sofet? Admitted: July 10, 1864. Furloughed : 60 days Aug. 17, 1864. Sep-Oct 1864 - Absent - Last paid : ...by B .L. McInis. To what time: 1-JAN-64. Remarks: wounded while on Provost Guard and sent to hosp't. Appears on a report of furloughs granted by the Medical Examining Board in Disability Camp at Lauderdale, Miss. and forwarded to A & I.G.O. in accordance with G.O. No. 9, A. & I.G.O. for the week ending Jan. 21, 1865. Brigade: Sanders, Residence: Fayette, Ala. Length of furlough: 60 days. Disease: V.S. of left thigh (Vulnus Sclopeticum Relating to a wound caused by a gunshot). Note: Unfit for any duty and permanently disabled. To await authority to appear before the Med. Ezam. Board to be retired. Appears on a Register of Way Hospital, Meridian, Miss. Complaint: Wounded. Admitted: March 23 & 28, 1864. Remarks: Furloughed. (Confed. Arch. Chap. 6, File No. 665, page 317, 345). Engagements: Present; Seven Pines May 31st.62. Seven Pines June 1st.62. Wounded; Gaines Mill June 27th. 62. Absent on detail; Frasers Farm June 30th.62. Present; Manassas No.2 Aug.30th.62. ' From above date to and including; Fredricksburg Dec.13th.62. Absent on detail; Salem Church May 3rd.63. 'From above date to adn including; Wilcox Farm Jun.22nd.64.
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Name: Richard Cecil TerryRank: Private Company: I
Richard Cecil 'Cyd' Terry born 1842 Edgefield Dist, SC died 05 June 1894 buried Friendship Cem, Columbus, Lowndes Co, MS Plot: Lot 225. Son of James Clarence Terry, Sr & Mary Ann Simpson Hutchinson. Married Nancy Jane [--?--] (1842 Banks Co, GA - 10 June 1894). From Combined Service Record - Richard C. Terry, a private of Capt. Lemuel Harris' Co (I) of the 11 AL Confederate States Provisional Army, enlisted by Lt. S. B. West, of the 26 AL Vols at Fayette Court House, AL on 13 May 1862, to serve 3 yrs or war; he was b Edgefield Dist, SC, 20, 6 ft 1 1/2 in high, ruddy complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, and by occupation when enlisted a Farmer. During the last two months, said soldier has been unfit for duty ...(not specified)... days. Private Terry had his arm injured in battle of Seven Pines, and received a gunshot wound of the left hand at the Second Battle of Manassas. Station: Richmond, Va. Date: Sept. 26th 1862. I certify that I have examined the said Richard C. Terry of Capt. L. Harris' Company, and find him incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of dislocation of the radis-ulnar articulation near the left wrist point; and loss of the index finger of the left hand, from a gunshot wound received in battle. In the dislocation, which occurred in a fall, as he states, while charging the enemy's works at Seven Pines, the radio-ulnar ligaments were ruptured, and it appears have never re-united. In every attempt to grasp anything the loose? end of the ulna flies out of place. He is, in my opinion, disabled for the use of firearms. He might be of service in some other capacity, but in my opinion, is not suitable for a hospital nurse. C. J. Clark, Surgeon in Charge 3d Ala. Hospital. Engagements: Present; Seven Pines 1862/05/31. Seven Pines 1862/06/01. Absent Sick; Gaines Mill 1862/06/27. Frasers Farm 1862/06/30. Wounded; Manassas No.2 1862/08/30. Absent Wounded; Harpers Ferry 1862/09/15. Sharpsburg 1862/09/17. Sharpsburg 1862/09/18. Remarks: Residence: Fayette Court House, Alabama. Discharged 1862/11/01 on account of fractured wrist.
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Name: James S. BoundsRank: Private Company: K
James S. Bounds was my great grandfather, born 12Aug 1829, Perry Co., AL. any information will be greatly appreciated.
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Name: James Hosea GeorgeRank: 3rd Lieutenant Company: K
Wounded at Gaines Mill 1862 and resigned June 1863.
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